As you well know in recent days, Microsoft has finally formalized the acquisition of Bethesda, and for the occasion has decided to make 20 of the most famous titles of the US software house available on the Xbox Game Pass, including the highly acclaimed DOOM, Wolfenstein, and Skyrim franchises.
But it would seem that the news at Microsoft did not end there. According to what emerged in the last few hours from a post on the official Twitter profile of Xbox Game Pass, it would seem that the company has every intention of wanting to enrich its service with the arrival of a new game.
As can be seen from the joking e-mail of Melissa McGamepass, which you can easily check at the bottom of the article, talks about the addition of a new game (apparently unrelated to the recent acquisition of Bethesda) will very soon make its debut on Xbox Game Pass.
Although at the moment we have no confirmation on what the new game that will enrich the now immense catalog of Microsoft’s subscription service may be, some users have reported that it may be Outriders, given that the message from the Executive Senior VP of Xbox refers to a “mysterious signal appearing in the distance,” very similar to what is seen in the work of People Can Fly and Square Enix where it speaks of a mysterious radio signal and an anomaly that confers superpowers.
Waiting to find out more details on the subject, we report that Outriders will make its official debut on consoles and PC on April 1st 2021. Is the Redmond house trying to make Outriders free already on day one for Xbox Game Pass subscribers? Only time will tell.
There's probably a hint about a game in here somewhere honestly we can't even keep up with all the announcements lately pic.twitter.com/Qz6LmX1Cs4
— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) March 12, 2021